Tag "Twitter"

Google and Jigsaw launch Perspective, to rate your toxic comments

By : CIOL Writers

Hate speech, swearing, harassment is all too common for any platform that has a ‘comments’ sections. Instead of holding the platform for a rational debate, many end up creating it a dump of trash. Many companies have taken initiatives like

Twitter launches custom profiles for business agents and customer support teams

By : CIOL Writers

Twitter is introducing yet another feature to lure customers and business agents to use its platform to boost their business. After making it easier for customers to directly message businesses, and allowing companies to add a “send a private message” button

Twitter rolls out new feature, ‘Time Out’ to tackle online abuse

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Though Twitter has been launching many features and initiatives to tackle online abuse, Twitter has been giving the pushbutton to users to block and report abusive content, until now. However, with the latest feature, Twitter is taking the control in

Twitter partners Filmfare and Reliance Jio to drive monetization in India

By : CIOL Writers

Since the return of Jack Dorsey in 2015, the micro-blogging site Twitter has been under pressure to show positive signs on user growth or revenue.However, Twitter’s fourth-quarter earnings report, which was also the 10th consecutive quarter of lower revenue for

Twitter’s poor run continues in Q4, meagre 0.6pc growth in MAUs

By : CIOL Writers

After looking at Twitter Inc.’s disappointing fourth-quarter earnings report, one might think there’s little hope left for Twitter, but the micro-blogging platform seems to believe otherwise. “The whole world is watching Twitter. While we may not be currently meeting everyone’s

LinkedIn now provides ‘disable comment’ option to manage comments on long-form articles

By : CIOL Writers

Whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, social media is increasingly becoming a hostile space because of online abuse. In the light of such incidents, many platforms are taking initiatives to control and reduce online abuse. Making a move in this

YouTube launches live-streaming feature on mobile devices

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Live video is becoming a rage on social platforms, with companies like Twitter and Facebook embracing the concept of streaming live events. However, YouTube was being reluctant to adopt mobile live streaming. But that’s all about to change. YouTube has

Two more high-profile exits from Twitter

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Amid its sterile attempt to attract any buyout offer, Twitter is having a difficult time retaining its top executives. Maintaining the long string of high-profile exits, Twitter’s vice president of diversity and inclusion, Jeffrey Siminoff, is leaving at the end

Apple, Facebook and 95 other companies file opposition to Trump’s immigration ban

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Some of the top tech companies including names like Apple, Facebook, Twitter, MicrosoftMicrosoft and others have filed an amicus brief with the federal appeals court against the President Trump’s executive order banning immigrants from seven countries, as first reported by

Twitter replaces Moments with new ‘Explore’ tab

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Twitter now wants you to find the best content available on its platform with just one tap on ‘Explore tab’. And to bring this tab on your mobile screen, the micro-blogging site is doing away with the ‘Moments‘ tab which

Twitter gives Vine an ‘Online Archive’

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Vine was special, really special to Twitter even if the micro-blogging site had to let off it to improve its finances and numerous other reasons. Just a couple of days after shutting down Vine, the social network has launched an

Narendra Modi becomes the most followed world leader on social media

By : CIOL Writers

When the United States 44th President Barack Obama ceded the presidency role to new President-elect Donald Trump, some rank-reversal took place on the Twitter platform too. With approximately 81 million followers on Twitter, Barack Obama was the most followed world

Twitter testing a new timeline like format for Moments

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Twitter is doing all it can to change the fortunes of the company. After shutting down Vine, just a day back, it sold off its developer platform Fabric to Google. And now there are reports about micro-blogging site experimenting with

Google buys Twitter’s developer platform Fabric

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Google is acquiring Twitter’s app development platform Fabric, along with its developer team. Not just this, the search engine company is also taking over Twitter’s Crashlytics crash reporting system, Answers mobile app analytics, Digits SMS login system and FastLane development

Twitter to shut down its e-commerce serving ‘Buy’ from February 1

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After shutting down Vine, the micro-blogging site Twitter has announced closing the doors on its sales button ‘Buy’. Though Twitter is yet to make an official announcement, the company has already started informing partners through notices. According to TechCrunch, the

Twitter to let you tweet your profile picture every time you update it

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Following in the footsteps of its rival Facebook, Twitter is rolling out a new feature allowing users to make their profile picture public every time they update it. Rolled out to all the Android users, and few iOS users, the

Twitter is shutting down Dashboard from February 3

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It’s been barely seven months that Twitter launched Dashboard– an application that allowed brands to manage their various accounts. And now in next one month, specifically on February, the 3rd, the company will be shutting down the app. Without elaborating

Twitter introduces 360-degree live videos to selected partners on Periscope

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After the challenging phase of 2016, the micro-blogging site, Twitter is constantly releasing features and products to survive the market full of prominent players. So after debuting live video broadcast on its app, Twitter is introducing 360-degree live streams through

2016: A year that saw quite a few dramatic exits

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2016 was undoubtedly a year of many dramatic exits-Globally Brexit continues to be a reality that many Britons are yet to come to terms with. Back at home, Vijay Mallya’s hurried midnight exit from the country and Cyrus Mistry’s ouster

Twitter to rebrand Vine as a stand-alone camera app

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Twitter’s decision to kill Vine drew flak from all corners but looks like, wisdom has prevailed in the end and the micro-blogging site has finally decided to let its prominent source of content consumption stay as an app shutting down